Our top tips for keeping children entertained this month!

November 19, 2018

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Calling all parents and carers! With Children in Need one of our calendar highlights this month, we're dedicating this blog post entirely to children. From a giant pyjama party to outdoor adventure, here's how to keep your little ones entertained, helping to support children in need across the UK.

Join Bridgend County's biggest pyjama party!

Skip the hassle of getting dressed this Friday and join Jump Jam's trampoline pyjama party! For those not allowed to jump on the beds at home, this two hour DJ Jam special is the perfect solution. Raise money for children across the UK by bouncing around in your pyjamas.  £10 for two hours, Friday 16th November - 6pm - 8pm.

Take selfie by Porthcawl's new selfie-board

Take a selfie in front of the giant new selfie board in Rest Bay, Porthcawl. You'll find the giant Porthcawl sign in the very spot the new watersports centre will be built next year. Make sure you snap away and share your best selfie with the new @discoverporthcawl instagram account for the chance to be featured!

Head to pets corner at Wiggly's Fun Farm

With indoor and outdoor adventure play areas, Wiggly Fun Farm is perfect for some all-weather entertainment. Feed the ducks on a woodland walk before being introduced to some of Wiggly Farm's very own farm animals. Be sure not to miss the adorable pets corner too - you and your little ones won't want to leave!

Get outdoors with Bryngarw Country Park

If it's not too wet outside, take a walk around Bryngarw Country Park where your kids can explore the great outdoors. While the entire park is a playground for little ones, the dedicated Children's Zone, fit with swings, slides and multi-play units, will keep them entertained for hours! Head to Cedars Tea room afterwards for a well-earned tea and homemade slice of cake.Cedar's Tea Room is open 10.30-15.30 in November.

Watch Bridgend sparkle at the Christmas light switch on

If your Christmas calendar is lacking this year, this day of festive fun at Carnegie House could be just what you need. Meet Santa and his reindeer as they fly into Bridgend town centre before making their way to their Christmas grotto at Carnegie House. Later in the day, visitors can watch the whole town sparkle at Bridgend town's big Christmas light switch on, perfect for the whole family to enjoy.Saturday 24th November, from 10.30am. Christmas light switch on from 16.15, Dunraven Place.

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